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Registration is Now Open! 
The OAA’s online Conference Week is May 17 to 21, bringing together all-inclusive ConEd sessions under the "Cultivate Inclusivity" theme.
Conference Registration is now open.


See the following link for Registration and pricing details.
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TEUI Calculator
The OAA has launched a new online tool to allow its members and the public to measure the Total Energy Use Intensity (TEUI) of a building. Initiated in 2020 by OAA's SBEC, the free calculator lets you determine a home or building’s energy performance by entering simple data into an easy-to-use interface.
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SHIFT2021 Resiliency/Architecture Challenge Selections Revealed
The OAA is thrilled to announce the five selections for the SHIFT Challenge. The five ideas exemplify how architectural thinking is uniquely positioned to respond to the critical concept of resiliency. As part of the 2021 Virtual Conference Week, the OAA will host a FREE event to celebrate these innovative ideas chosen by our jury.
COVID-19 Updates
The OAA is providing members with information to respond to the challenges related to practising architecture in Ontario in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Canadian Handbook of Practice

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC) has just released the new Canadian Handbook of Practice for Architects. Last published in 2009, this third edition is a comprehensive reworking of an essential professional resource which resulted from extensive collaboration by the architectural profession from every region of the country.

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OAA Webinar Series

As a service to members, the OAA has launched a series of specially priced webinars to ensure learning opportunities for complying with the mandatory ConEd Program, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. 

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Asked by its association to come up with innovative ideas that demonstrate how the profession is uniquely positioned to inspire social change, Ontario’s architectural professionals responded with...

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Latest Events

Virtual Camps for Summer 2021 The University of Toronto’s John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape, and Design has announced its outreach programs for the summer. These online programs, for...

The Ontario Association of Architects will host its Annual General Meeting (AGM) as a virtual event. The 2021 AGM will be held online from 2 to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, June 16.  More information to...

The Canadian Academy of Architecture for Justice (CAAJ) invites architecture students to speculate on these issues in a design competition for a new Community Justice Centre. Submissions are welcomed...

Call for Submissions by June 11 Hamilton’s biennial Urban Design and Architecture Awards recognize and celebrate excellence in the design of its urban environment. Owners, urban designers...